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Fred Cisin cisin at
Wed Aug 5 13:25:11 CDT 2015

>>> Hmm.. 55 pints?

>> In the UK, the pint (as used, I assume for beer) is 568ml. So assuming 
>> that 'pint' means the drink commonly called that over here and assuming 
>> beer has a density similar to water [1] then 44 pints is very close.

On Wed, 5 Aug 2015, Dave G4UGM wrote:
> Those are "imperial pints", in the US a pint is 16 fluid onces so nearer to
> 464 (I think) grams...

"A pint is a pound, the world around." is no longer true.  Not just the 
price of beer not being a pound per pint, but the unit of measure.
And pluto is no longer a planet.

Perhaps we should go get 44 pints of beer in UK and 55 pints of beer 
in USA.  Once we drink them all, we'll have a better perspective on the 

25Kg is definitely in range for a complete microcomputer, or components of 
a minicomputer.   Or minimal documentation for a system.

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